Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 20, 1972 · Page 9
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 9

Greeley, Colorado
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Thursday, April 20, 1972
Page 9
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UN.CTo Host Soprano Patricia Marshall, soprano, will present a unique program of song cycles for her junior honors program at 8 p.m Monday, in L110 of the Library. t She ' will be accompanied by iMary llaight. at Ihe piano. This is free and open to Ihe public. Each of the three cycles ,,... be sung as a whole by Miss Marshall, and without interruption. The composers of the first two j .w hi eli are to be sung in ' Gernjan, intended them to be presented as entities with interlocking keys and arranged in story sequence. "Der Arme Peter" by liobert Schumann will be the first cycle and is comprised of three songs which tell of Peter's grief on day of his beloved Crete to Hans. Guslav Mahler's "Licdcr Kincs Fahrcncien Gesellcn" forms the second cycle. The four songs of the group portray a girl's sorrow OH Ihe clay her will sweetheart weds another. Following an intermission, Miss Marshall will return with "Gifanjali" by John Alden Carpenter. Set between a s p o k e n "Credo" and an "Epilog," these six songs are l»enis written by Habindranalh Tagorc. These song poems are often performed separately, but Carpenter's grouping binds them into a unity of musical and poetic feeling. TOASTMASTERS 1 W I N N E R S - Greeley's Early Risers Toastmasters Club had the second-place winner in the TM area contest, held last Saturday evening at Hie Roman Arches Supper Club in Boulder. He was Ed Sansom, center. Winner of the contest, at which the Boulder clubs were host to 91 Toastmasters and their wives, was Dr. Kichard Kiest, member of the slaff at Colorado Stale University at Fort Collins. Third went to Sel Lewis, right, of Sterling. Kiest will represent the area in the districL cuii- tesl, -which will be held during the District 26 annual convention in Denver May 6. Others ·taking part in the area contest were Alwin Mandelkow of Ihe Greeley Evening Club; John Love of the Boulder Evening Club; Bill Jones of the Fort Morgan Club and Phil Martinez of the Nuuldcr Morning Club. General chairman of the area contest ami dinner was Jeff Chance, Area Two governor from Fort Collins. Merle Ross of the Boulder Evening Club was Ihe loastmaster for the evening. Officers introduced by Paul Hendren of Greeley, Dislrict 26 governor, were three past governors, Dale Gregory of Sterling, Ralph Fowler of Denver and Dave BenUin of Lill'e- iun, and also Dick M-ilne, ATM, of Denver, educational lieutenant governor; Gene Gun- flier of Greeley, Northern Division lieutenant governor and George Kyncl nf Fort Morgan, Area One governor. Gal Protests New Hurricane Nsme Choices :Tlmrs., A p r i l 20, 1972 CIKEELEY (Cnlo.) T H I B U N B 9 storms of Ihc 1(172 hurricane ,3'. ilSUIl. The tenter's computer 'also selected the following names at random for subsequent hurricanes «f Hie your: Dawn, Kdna, activist .who lias long maintained that giving hurricanei the names of women was a slu] on women. She has suggested naming the slorms "Iiim-i-cancs" or reverting to previous policy 6! Felice, Gcrda, Harriet,' Ilene, ·nKdi i., , ,,,, ,,., », ! Janc . K an, Uicile, Mae and MIAMI, Ma. (API - The Na-. Nadj||c tlonal Hurricane Center saysj T1 , c a|1 . fcmalc ^ drew ^^ Agnes, Belly and Came will be;immediate protest from Roxey she said after UK center's list (he names for the first three'Holton, a women's liberation Vvas announced Wednesday. ;·; naming Ihem after areas they hit. 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